15 Apr '17, 6pm

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The United Kingdom's electronics industry expresses angst in the time of Brexit. The UK electronics industry’s main concerns for doing business post-Brexit are continued free trade with Europe, access to skilled workers and collaboration on R&D with European Union companies, according to a survey by UK trade body the National Microelectronics Institute (NMI). A small survey intended to provide a snapshot of NMI members’ key Brexit-related concerns revealed that 74% of respondents were worried about future lack of access to the European Union’s free trade market. Asked for comments on these concerns, many cited the potential for new customs and trade tariffs, as well as associated increases in red tape and paperwork for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Derek Boyd UK's National Microelectronics Institute. Next on the list of NMI members’ concerns was recruitment, w...

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